NewsWorks Tonight January 17, 2017 – Full Show

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    John Carney took the oath today to be the 74th governor of Delaware, Zoe Read has details. Solomon Jones explains what is troubling him as Donald Trump prepares to be sworn in Friday. Dave Davies reports on why some officials in Philadelphia are concerned about how federal funding could be affected with a new president entering office. The ban on sitting on the walls of Rittenhouse Square caused a lot of public outcry, Bobby Allyn explains why. Rob Zawataski visited a teenager who is planning a march in Philadelphia to honor Alice Paul. Dave Heller sits down with Theresa Clement to discuss designing homes for those dealing neurological difficulties such as Alzheimer’s. Finally, Peter Crimmins reports on a new art performance piece that serves one audience member at a time.

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